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(music) >> and then you have strauss, extraordinary piece. the most challenging of all. string orchestra work. 23 solo instrument, no violin section, now viola section; everybody is responsible for their part in this piece. the challenge is something that i felt not only that we could do , absolutely could do, but i wanted to show off. i can't tell you how aware i am of the audience. not only what i hear but their vibes, so strong. i have been doing this for a long time. i kind of make them feel what i want them to feel. there is nobody in that audience or anywhere that is not going to know that particular song by the fourth note. and that is our encore on tour. by the way. i am proud to play it, we are from san francisco. we are going to play that piece no matter where we are.track. >> ladies and gentlemen, please welcome laura republican powell jobs chair and co-founder of college track. >> thank you. good morning on behalf of the board, staff and students of college track it's my pleasure to welcome you to the bay center. it's an honor to have you here today and mayor lee welcome back. your
goldwater territory. introducing barry goldwater, university of pennsylvania, robert strauss, who was 85, passed at age 102 but robert strauss was introducing it and one great political leader, i was introducing strauss who introduced goldwater. and real political indoctrination, and the young people who got this rich history, and the institutional base. and friendly competitors all around, from whom we work, americans for tax reform. they are all fair. they were not there 40 years ago. the sunday before election in 1964 the philadelphia bulletin called me and said you are the highest ranking goldwater volunteer we could find. what is going to happen in philadelphia? pretty big stuff 22 years old. i said if we lose philadelphia by a 100,000 votes barry goldwater will carry the state of pennsylvania which was probably true. we lost philadelphia by 400,000, lost the state by million. pennsylvania was not strong goldwater country. my point is that was tough politically back then. basically good guys have got control of one half of the congress, basically good guys, they need reinforcing, an
of dominique strauss-kahn, the advocacy group is a co-plaintiff. >> this really has us in the spotlight, but there are witnesses and there is evidence. it is up to the judge is now. i am not worried. if he did something wrong, then he has got to pay the price. >> public prosecutors in paris often demand jail terms of several years in these kinds of cases, but the judges mostly issues suspended sentences. unless the french government puts a stop to illegal prostitution rings, prostitutes will need better protection. until now, women have worked illegally, making them ineligible for welfare benefits. >> in france, we simply pretend prostitution does not exist, but we have not really band it because we know that there are prostitutes in every society. unlike germany, the netherlands, or spain, we have not set up a legal framework to protect sex workers. >> shawna has given evidence in court about her clients, but she is afraid to tell all due to fear of reprisals. she says she wants to get out of the sex trade, and she is looking for another job, far from the glitz and glamour of luxury ho
of representatives, joe strauss, the mayor of dallas, michael rawlings, the mayor of highland park, joel williams, the mayor of university park, richard davis, and the former mayor of dallas, tom lepperd. i want to thank you for being here for this wonderful occasion and i would like those in the audience to once again acknowledge the presence of our global, national and local leaders. thank you very much. [applause] ♪ [applause] >> please welcome the chairman of the george w. bush foundation board of directors, donald l. evans accompanied by the archivist of the united states, david fairio. >> i'm pleased to be joined by the honorable david fairio, archivist of the united states. on behalf of the george w. bush foundation, it is my honor to present to you and to the american people the key to the george w. bush presidential library and museum. [applause] >> ladies and gentlemen, mrs. laura bush. [cheers and applause] >> welcome, everyone. welcome to all of our friends and family who've joined us today. be seated. welcome to all of our friends and family who've joined us today from around the c
were the first to report charlie the attorney was dumped and fired a broad and richard strauss bird because the street that i talk to is now divided what this means for the case. if you bring a guy like that to settle other people say you bring in the guy like that to fight. he is defending high-profile people with insider trading. do remember martha stewart and her broker at merrill lynch? strasbourg was his attorney. he did not win the case. of huge debates and what this means with changing lawyers it is key for the feds to develop their case against steve but they sold a huge position in the stocks. they said they should have known that he got inside information and right before that there was a telephone call between the two. of the they can find out what was said between the telephone call and he gave him fits inside information then they will in die steve cohen and also with this case the statute of limitations is ticking and believe it is july. every day that he does not cooperate is a good day for steve:. liz: charlie gasparino thank you i just got 275 people to follow me ma
dalia studied under allyson mcintire and leo strauss has been very helpful and takes this out, look at the big picture so we can stop. let's talk about the ties between the religion and political thought. uzi political liberalism as in congress with christianity? >> guest: some liberals wouldn't be so s other words. it's not particularly people because people mix and match stuff. you can't expect them to be coherent a lot of times they are dragging things in from left and right so if you look at the large-scale movement you see in incompatibility if you go to the sources that is once you go back to someone like machiavelli or most obviously he says christianity was a mistake. you see what it means to be at the bottom nagonistic o the country and very thoroughly antagonistic. the understand what is in favor of rejecting christian if full force so that would be the kind of thing that is needed intellectually is to say where did the actual modes of thought would one conflict? one cow laws secular liberals from self-defense against christianity? whatever particular the liberals may happ
of representatives joe strauss, the mayor of dallas, michael rawlings, the mayor of highland park joel williams, the mayor of university park richard davis and the former mayor of dallas tom leopard. i want to thank you for being here for this wonderful occasion, and i would like those in the audience to once again -- >> alex wagner joining us from new york and also have howard fineman in. let me ask, alex, your thoughts about this. this is a panoply of american political history right in front of us. >> yeah, indeed, and it was interesting, chris, when the clintons were on stage next to the obamas and then the bushes. you're reminded of just how vibrant the clintons are, especially in comparison to bush who has literally been off the radar. bill clinton still remains a huge force in american politics and hillary clinton has been a force as secretary of state, still much discussed as a 2016 presidential contender. it's really interesting just how much more they are in the american popular consciousness as well as a political system compared to bush who has i think perhaps wisely chosen to keep
. it could be more surprising than we think as occurred in 2002. they lasted through previous strauss. 30s, 50s. the magnitude of the drought immense. the top row, the number of years we've seen other droughts like this. >> dr. pulwarty, one question for you at this point. what are the opportunities for markets and marketplace for he says to improve the situation? you-all studied they are at the clean energy debater at the university of texas. i want to go back to school and study the program. how might markets be used to integrate renewable energy to increase water supplies? >> is an opportunity with energy and policy technology. one is markets day. water is not priced at its value. if we had a system where a lot of his value, people would automatically wish to conserve because we conserve things that are valuable. you make an interesting transactions that emerge. in texas we have agricultural users with the rest of the nation. they cannot afford irrigation efficiency. looking for oil and gas production, the energy sector has money and wants water. the agricultural sector has watered once
of the texas house of joe strauss,es, the mayor of dallas, michael of highlande mayor park, joel williams, the mayor of university park, richard and the former mayor of lepperd.om i want to thank you for being here for this wonderful occasion and i would like those in the audience to once again acknowledge the presence of our global, national and local leaders. thank you very much. [applause] ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ [applause] the chairmancome of the george w. bush foundation directors, donald l. by theccompanied archivist of the united states, fairio. >> i'm pleased to be joined by honorable david fairio, archivist of the united states. on behalf of the george w. bush foundation, it is my honor to present to you and to the people the key to the george w. bush presidential library and museum. [applause] >> ladies and gentlemen, mrs. laura bush. [cheers and applause] >> welcome, everyone. welcome to all of our friends and family who've joined us today. be seated. welcome to all of our friends and family who've joined us from around the country and around the world. thank you all for coming. an
very helpful for this. i studied under alistair mcintyre. leo strauss has been very helping for me. something that takes us out of these contemporary debates, lets us look at the big picture so we can stop spinning the same kind of wheels. that would jump start academia. i hope. [laughter] >> host: so let's talk a little bit between the ties between religion and political thought. and, you know, do you see political liberalism as incongruous with christianity? .. >> what is at stake here in rejecting christianity full force? so that is the kind of thing that i think is needed intellectually. where are the actual modes of thought conflict, how is secular liberalism self-conscious the defined against christianity? whenever liberals happen to believe because i go over some of the mixing and matching in the 19th century were people are not clear of the pedigree of their thoughts from here and here and here but to separate those to make them distinct we have to go back to the beginning that machiavelli is crystal clear. i do love the great books but it is well at what is at stake with t
their ideas of strauss and all that stuff and that whatever it is, some form of -- whatever the tradition those neocons come from. he fell into believing all that stuff. and he started to believe in this freedom agenda. and all this stuff came from them. it came from bookish people. the same bookish people he put down in college. we would be better off if he studied in college and then came to the presidency educated so he wouldn't be a hermit crab. that's the problem. >> okay. >> he had to assume an identity once he was there. you got me to do it. i know you wanted me to do it, martin. >> i was going to say, chris, that was -- >> a hermit crab. >> that was a really gentle verdict. >> chris matthews and bob shrum, gentlemen, thank you. >> i tried for seven hours today not to do that, but thank you. >> thank you. >> look, martin, putting the disasters aside, the guy was a mediocre president. how's that? >> that's great. bob shrum, chris matthews, thank you, both. of course, catch much more of chris on "hardball" tonight at 5:00 and 7:00 p.m. eastern. >>> coming up, president obama addresse
. in a huffington post op-ed, steve strauss says bank ceos who receive federal aid should be subject to drug testing. he joins us this morning from cambrid cambridge, massachusetts. >> thank you for having me. >> reading our op-ed, i can't tell if you're serious or in ththe not. this is a real tactical argument or political argument. which is it? >> i think it's a real argument. i'm not starting at somewhat higher level. i'm not really in favor of drug testing people who have legitimate access to a federal government program, whether that's unemployment insurance or fdic insurance. but i actually don't see the argument as to why you would decide to drug test people who are getting unemployment insurance but you're not going to drug test people who are receiving federal aid under other programs. that was really my main point. i just don't see why you would want to separate them. >> you even begin your piece with, the suggestion from then presidential candidate mitt romney that people -- we do test for those who are receiving financial aid at a low level and you make the point, well, why wouldn't you
was into you dominique strauss-kahn on. here is a man who will be president of france the head of the imf one of the most powerful people in the world and the maid comes into the room and the maid has the story and he has a story. there were video cameras in the hallways, telephone records, i tried to reconstruct and finally you come out at least in my opinion, in her view she is honestly telling a story where she was forced to perform a sexual act but in his view she simply responded to his voice commands that were discussing the bulls people saw themselves as innocent and it is easy to say a man or woman wouldn't do that. but we now know from bill clinton in monaco lewinsky people do things you don't expect them to do. when you approach a mystery mystery, that is why i like to go into a complicated cases with the lindbergh case, cases that are things are resolved to see does this make sense and in what ways does it and doesn't it? i don't think we can trust our rationality or opinions. another question? >> currently the case i saw the other night there was a fighter and 19 people died eithe
by popular demand a redwood arts council features at sanford says those conservatory piano trio. axel strauss, jennifer graff and paul hirsch combine their talents to the tunes of mendelssohn and wars out. the trio will be performing 8:00 p.m. on saturday april 20th and tickets are $25 for general admission and $10 for students. >> today marks the first official walk to work day and san francisco. city leaders teamed up with the nonprofit group walked san francisco make this happen. mayor ed lee has walking right now along the market street to help promote the event. it encourages people start to have a walking, but it also promotes safe streets for pedestrians. watching weather and traffic around the bay and temperatures are starting to warm up and traffic is moving pretty smoothly. >> a live look at the golden gate bridge, dealing was and patchy fog but temperatures are little warmer compared to yesterday's high. taking a look at where temperatures are setting, 50 degrees in san francisco, low 40's hayward, mid-50s oakland, upper 50s and concord. low fifties for livermore. by noon time of t
david duhearst, speaker of the texas house of representatives, joe strauss, the mayor of dallas, michael rawlings, the mayor of highland park, joel williams, the mayor of university park, richard davis, and the former mayor of dallas, tom lepperd. i want to thank you for being here for this wonderful occasion and i would like those in the audience to once again acknowledge the presence of our global, national and local leaders. thank you very much. \[applause] ♪ ♪ ♪ \[applause] >> please welcome the chairman of the george w. bush foundation board of directors, donald l. evans accompanied by the archivist of the united david fairio. byi'm pleased to be joined the honorable david fairio, archivist of the united states. on behalf of the george w. bush foundation, it is my honor to present to you and to the american people the key to the george w. bush presidential library and museum. \[applause] >> ladies and gentlemen, mrs. laura bush. \[cheers and applause] >> welcome, everyone. welcome to all of our friends and family who've joined us today. be seated. welcome to all of our friends
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